Release Name: A-Train.9.V4.0.Japan.Rail.Simulator-SKIDROW
Size: 1.04 GB
Description: The new version of A-Train has a stack of new features that focus on the two most important aspects of gameplay; realism and control.
A-Train is about creating working, profitable cities built around a strong transport network. Over the years we have seen our players create some fantastic cities, a scale and scope of which is staggering.
Whether it is the painstaking re-creation of 100 km² real-life cities, or imaginative sprawling utopias, A-Train has always allowed the player to use their imagination. The latest version increases the scale and scope of the game 100%.
Driving A Train
Have you ever wondered what it might be like to actually drive one of your trains?
To actually experience the challenges the engineers may face in keeping to the speed limit, providing a comfortable ride, and delivering the goods and passengers on time?
Well now, in A-Train 9 V4 Japan Rail Simulator, it's possible to step on board the footplate and take control. Either from the first-person engineers point of view, or from a bird's-eye 3rd person viewpoint. Experience your cities like never before.
New Management Controls
Doubling the number of vehicles in the game adds a massive amount of scope and scale to the game, and that brings with it its own challenges.
It might be overwhelming to have 200 trains running simultaneously. Understanding what they are all doing and how to optimize their timetables and routes with so much going on would be a challenge for anyone.
Drive a train! Actually step inside the cab and take control.
New control options.
Speed restricted track ensure your trains arrive when they are supposed to
Vehicle groups give you the vision you need to control up to 200 trains
New track layout options. The offset X junction, very handy for your marshalling yards and control of the entrance to sprawling muti-platform stations
New road flexibility. City blocks and roads that run at 45 degrees to add greater flexibility to your cities and allow more realistic city-scapes to be built.